Nearly 700 Muslims in Singapore have had to abandon their hajj
pilgrimage plans at the eleventh hour after they failed to get the visas
promised by their travel agents.
The would-be pilgrims need
visas to perform the hajj at Mecca in Saudi Arabia. But even though
Singapore was allocated 2,180 visas this year, an additional 652 people
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